What is the Military Communications & Electronics Museum in Kingston, Ontario?
Since 1963 it has served the role of educating both members of Canada’s military and the civilian population about Canada’s military communication capabilities and systems, and the equipment used to fill that need.
The Communications& Electronics branch of the Canadian military is responsible to ensure that military personnel and the Canadian government can communicate as and when needed wherever they happened to be stationed around the world.
Communications has been the focus of this – first complimentary and then singular – force since the early 1900’s.
Military Communications & Electronics Museum Themes
The museum exhibits are organized according to themes. They are:
- The Troops,
- The Times
- The Technology
The Military Communications & Electronics Museum is located on the grounds of CFB Kingston, in Kingston Ontario. The parking is just north of Highway #2, East of where Highway #2 and Highway 15 intersect,
From in front of Kingston City Hall on Ontario Street, head East, cross the LaSalle Causeway, and you are now on Highway #2. Continue East, past the intersection of Highway 15, and the museum will be on your left, a distance of 4 km.
8AM – 4PM Monday-Friday
11AM – 5PM Weekends and Holidays
The museum is open from the first weekend in May until the first weekend in September (Labour Day).